The latest report from Synergy Research has claimed that Amazon Web Services’ quarterly revenues continue to be greater than its biggest rivals combined in IaaS and PaaS.
Amazon grew by 55% between Q212 and Q213 to over $700m of revenue in the quarter, with Salesforce, Microsoft, IBM and Google combined making over just $600m.
John Dinsdale, of the Synergy Research Group, noted that the battle for second place will be of more interest to analysts.
“We’ve been analysing the IaaS/PaaS markets for quite a few quarters now and creating these leadership metrics, and the relative positioning of the leaders really hasn’t changed much,” Dinsdale said.
“While Amazon dwarfs all competition, the race is on to see if any of the big four followers can distance themselves from their peers,” he added.
With the worldwide market expanding 46%, it appears the competition isn’t making much of a …